Month: September 2020

The three major New York stock exchanges saw another decrease today, with the NASDAQ falling a total of 116.99, the Dow Jones 244.56, and the S&P 500 37.54. With the second straight day of decreasing stocks for all three New York exchanges, it’s difficult to say what the new week may bring. The NASDAQ closed
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Midday sales for several of the top brands were dramatic through Thursday, including sales for companies such as Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Domino’s Pizza, Herman Miller and Tesla, with several companies seeing dramatic increases while others fell. Stores and companies that saw their market revenue decrease included Tesla, Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Snowflake and First
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All three major stock markets saw a decrease today including the Dow Jones, NASDAQ and S&P 500 Indexes. These decreases represent a variation in stock prices with numbers rising and falling frequently throughout the day before hitting their ultimate closing prices. The Dow Jones reported a decrease of 130.4 points, representing a decrease of 0.47%.
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The real estate industry seems to be doing well, given the amount of investments streaming into the sector. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, investors have flocked the industry in pursuit of highly undervalued properties and investments. Berkshire Hathaway, which has been on an investment spree, is the latest to bet big on U.S.
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Cryptocurrency mainstream adoption is gaining traction going by recent developments in the burgeoning sector. Bahamas is the latest country to affirm a strong interest in the blockchain revolution with plans to launch a national cryptocurrency. Bahamas National Cryptocurrency The Caribbean island nation has confirmed plans to launch a central bank-issued cryptocurrency in October. Sand Dollars
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Amazon announced Monday that they would be adding to their streaming service with their own podcast service, which seems to have attracted investors away from other streaming services. In fact, Spotify shares have dropped each day since the Monday announcement, starting down an additional 6% on Wednesday. The market for podcasts is quite competitive, and
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Chinese firms are increasingly feeling the effects of escalating tensions between Beijing and Washington. While the focus has been on TikTok and Huawei in recent months, China National Chemical Corp is the latest, to feel the fallout effects. The state-owned firm is struggling to elicit strong demand on unveiling $3 billion worth of bonds. China
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Strong demand for cloud-computing offerings amid the work-from-home spectacle is poised to give rise to one of the biggest Initial Public Offerings, in one of the most challenging market environments. Cloud storage software maker, Snowflake is planning to go public as it looks to take advantage of investors pouring money into the cloud market. Snowflake
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TikTok has reached a landmark deal that, if approved, would safeguard its operations and future in the U.S. Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL), and ByteDance have reached an agreement that will see TikToKs operations merged with Oracle. However, the viral video sharing app will not be acquired outright as initially thought. ByteDance has already confirmed it will
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Nobody ever intends to impulse buy. However, if you are walking into a store and you just happen to notice a great sale, bam, you’ve made an impulse purchase. On average, almost 89% of Americans have admitted to impulse shopping, with an average of $81.75 extra per person spent per trip. Budget First and foremost,
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Tensions between the U.S and China are heating up as Washington threatens to ban yet another Chinese company. China’s largest chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation, is the latest to find itself at crossroads amid spiraling relations between the two tech and economic powerhouses. Entity List Designation The U.S Department of Defense is in discussions over the
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